Study: Child care may affect later behavior

The more time that children spent in child care, the more likely their sixth-grade teachers were to report problem behavior, according to the largest-yet U.S. study of child care and development, published in the current issue of Child Development. However, the National Institutes of Health researchers said the difference was small and found parenting quality to be a more important predictor of child development.

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